amulet[ am-yuh-lit ]SEE DEFINITION OF amulet
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMULET
The "Amulet," or the "Omelet," just as you like, was a financial success.
Seeing how difficult he proved to strangle, they must have cursed that amulet of his.
What he did was to encircle our city with an amulet of saving virtue.
It became an amulet to increase the fertility of women and to help them in childbirth.
At Rome the phallus was an amulet and was worn by all children.
It was given as an amulet or charm, and right well has it fulfilled its purpose.
We do not suppose that the bracelet on her arm was an amulet, but it was a symbol.
She laid one finger on her mouth and concealed the amulet in her bosom.
In its widest sense, the word talisman is synonymous with amulet.
The Hajji said: 'And on mine also is a name engraved; but there is no name on the amulet.'